Seventeen fourth, fifth, and sixth grade Emanuel County 4-H’ers completed research, developed presentations, and delivered demonstrations as part of the 2021 Cloverleaf Project Achievement Competition. Twelve 4-H’ers competed in-person at East Georgia State College and five students submitted videos of their projects.
The Project Achievement competition offers something for just about everyone. From Bicycle to Wildlife, there are 59 different categories. Fifty-three projects include oral presentations. Six projects have special presentations including three performing arts categories, a sewing presentation, and foods labs presenting a no-cook snack. 4-H’ers pick a project area of interest, research the topic, prepare a demonstration, and then share their presentation with others. All students were judged based on a rubric and all students received blue ribbons based on their scores.
Greysn Bargeron- Time & Money Management
Amelia Grace Clements- Performing Arts
Mason Collins- Photography & Videography
Lawson Frye- Computer Information Technology
Braylen Lanier- Sports
Weston Lee- Computer Information Technology
Abby Randall Lewis- Food for Health & Sport
Colten Lewis- Sports
Bry’yielahn McClendon- General Recreation
Capp McCullough- Agricultural Awareness
Amelia Meadows- Sheep & Meat Goats
Abigail Mulrooney- Outdoor Recreation
Rose Polke- Safety
Emily Scarboro- Dog Care & Training
Kandis Smith- History
Dayna Tillman- Wildlife
Sam Williams- Poultry Science
A special thank you to East Georgia State College and the Emanuel County Volunteer Leaders Association for their support of hosting the 4-H Cloverleaf Project Achievement competition.
4-H provides fun, exciting, and educational events year-round for all youth in grades 4-12. For more information about the Emanuel County 4-H Club and how you can get involved, contact Jakyn Tyson at the Emanuel County Extension Office at (478) 237-1226.